The traditional choices such as Shoji screens bamboo décor small water features indoor ponds and that minimal platform bed which seems like a perfect fit in the Asian bedroom are options you can turn to. Lantern-style lighting also gives the room a more transcendental and calming appeal which modern lighting fixtures simply cannot deliver.
Your bedroom is meant to be a place of relaxation. If it doesn’t offer you that at least to some extent then you’re going to have a hard time getting to sleep. Despite the fact that there are so many different ways you can create a calming atmosphere with your bedroom furniture and decor an incredibly unique way to do it is by taking inspiration from cloud gazing over a blue or gray sky. How much more relaxing can you get?
Unlike in most contemporary homes the Zen bedroom demands a warmer color scheme that is filled with gentle wooden tones. The color palette can still be strictly neutral but try staying away from colder and unappealing shades since visual harmony is also an essential part of the grand scheme of things. A touch of greenery is also an absolute must as nature and Japanese design go hand in hand.
Get creative with the brick wall in your bedroom and think beyond the usual decorating styles and décor pieces to get the job done. Your bedroom is a personal sanctuary that lets you experiment with styles and motifs unlike the case of the living room or kitchen. Use this to your advantage and express yourself in an unabated fashion.
The Japanese sect of Buddhism that the word hails from originally borrowed it from the concept of of the Indian Vedic school of learning that the west today identifies as meditation. No wonder then that any Zen-inspired interior is heavily laced with Japanese and Indian artifacts and that unmistakable influence of Oriental style.
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